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wit, and human understanding have endeared her 
to all. For many years she has served the university 
well as Director of Publicity and Professor of 
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Student Association 



OFFICERS 

CHARLES MALESKY 

President 

ROLAND FOLSE 

Vice-President 

INA RUTH GARRISON 

Secretary-Treasurer 




The Honor System of,.. 







Southwestern 
University 



First Row: Roland Folse, Bill Radetsky, Betty Jean Robertson. Second Row: 
Stanley Horwood, Kay Borden, Harry Davis, Brad Miller, Ann Truog, Ann 
McRoberts, Sue Carper, Billy Dipple. Third Row: Paris Gibbs, David Cardwell, 
Bert Fox, Jimmy Baines, Ann Wilkinson, Shirley Davis, Vincent LaBarbera. 



OFFICERS 

Roland Folse 

Chairman 



Ann Wilkinson 

Secretary 

Students Association 

Sponsor 

The members are elected by 
the classes and the senate, and 
selected from organizations by 
the council. 

Its purpose is to promote the 
honor system of the university 
and to counteract any viola- 
tions. 



Senior Representatives 

Jimmy Baines 
David Cardwell 


Independent Women 

Shirley Davis 


Phi Delta Theta 

James Cardwell 


Junior Representatives 

Billy Dipple 
Bill Radetsky 


Alpha Delta Pi 

Betty Jean Robertson 

Delta Delta Delta 

Ann McRoberts 


Kappa Sigma 

Guinn Williams 

Kappa Alpha 

Vincent LaBarbera 


Sophomore 
Representatives 

Kay Borden 
Ann Truog 


Delta Zeta 

Ann Wilkinson 

PhiMu 


Pi Kappa Alpha 

Stanley Horwood 


Organizational 
Representatives 
Independent Men 

Loy Estes 


Bert Fox 

Zeta Tau Alpha 

Sue Carper 






First Row: Chuck Mcriesky. Second Row: Roland Folse, 
Shirley B Davis, Jackie Salmon, Sue Holt, Catherine 
Morgan, Sue Carper, Brad Miller. Third Row: Bill Slaugh- 
ter, Marianne Dittman, Dawnia Cox, Joe Bert Sissom, Bob 
Peacock, Paris Gibbs, David Cardwell, Albert Sanders. 



The Student Senate 

The Student Senate is composed of the officers of the 
Student Association and several representatives of each 
class elected in the spring of the year. The Senate spon- 
sors many all-school functions maintains the Student 
Union, and conducts campus elections. 



OFFICERS 



Student Association 

Charles Malesky 

Roland Folse 

Ina Ruth Garrison 



Senior Class 

Paris Gibbs 
Bill Slaughter 
Jimmy Baines 
David Cardwell 



Junior Class 

Jackie Salmon 
Bob Peacock 
Albert Sanders 



Sophomore Class 

Harry Davis 
Bill Engvall 
Catherine Morgan 
Sue Carper 



Freshman Class 

Ann Hermanson 
Dick Hawkins 
Sue Holt 



Student Christian Association 



The Student Christian Association is an organization 
designed specifically to co-ordinate the religious and 
other activities on the campus. It consists of the entire 
student body; certain persons are elected in a school- 
wide election to take charge of the functioning of the 
organization. The Student Christian Association Council 
is the name given to this body of officers. 

OFFICERS 

Frank Douglass 

President 

Stanley Horwood 

Vice-President 

Betty Jean Robertson 

Secretary 

Bobby Lundgren 

Treasurer 

Frances Aokl 

International Relations Chairman 



Guinn Williams 

Deputations 

Ellsworth Peterson 

Community Service 

Paris Gibbs 

Campus Service 

Blanche Meek 

Publicity 

Dr. E. H. Steelman 

Sponsor 



Seated: Jody Morgan, Frances Aoki, Kay Borden, Nancy 
Hamilton, Blanche Meek, Betty Jean Robertson. 

Standing: Frank Douglass, Bobby Lundgren, Stanley Hor- 
wood, Ellsworth Peterson, Rodney Roberts, Paris Gibbs. 




Blue 
Key 

OFFICERS 

Loy Estes 

President 

Roland Folse 

Vice-President 




Frank Douglass 

Secretary-Treasurer 

David Cardwell 

Corresponding Secretary 

Joe Bert Sissom 

Alumni Secretary 

Dean Berglund 

Sponsor 





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Active membership shall include only men who have completed two full 
years of college work and are of good character and personality, recoqnized 
as leaders in scholarship and college activities, and who shall have maintained 
for the next preceding semester or for their cumulative average, an average 
above all men's average of the institution. 

The organization has a three fold purpose: 

1 The belief in God will be perpetuated and intensified, the government 
of the United States will be supported and defended, and the established 
institutions of society and the principles of good citizenship will be preserved. 

2. An ambition for intellectual attainment and a desire to serve colleae and 
fellows will be fostered among students in institutions of higher learning. 

3 Student problems may be studied, student life may be enriched, and the 
arogress and best interests of the institutions in which the organization is 
found may be stimulated and promoted 

Kneeling: Albert Sanders, Dick Werner, Joe Bert Sissom, Frank Douglass, Billy 
Dipple. 

Standing: Roland Folse, Myron Dees, Loy Estes, Charles Malesky, Robbie 
Sledge, Stanley Horwood. 

Not Pictured: David Cardwell, Timmie Baines, Paris Gibbs, Brad Miller, Guinn 
Williams. 











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A proposed member of Cardinal Key shall be a student leader of good 
Dersonality, character and prominence in extra-curricular activities. Her 
scholarship shall be above that of the average for all women at the insti- 
tution for the semester preceding initiation. A proposed member shall be of 
junior standing. 

The major purposes of the organization are to recoanize achievement in 
scholarship and extra-curricular activities; to advance religion, patriotism, and 
service by affording training for leadership in the college community; and 
to develop character by application of the cardinal virtues of living. 




First Row: Hazen Lewis, Beverly Dague, Muriel Wittbold, Jane Gale. 

Second Row: Mary Hallauer, Elinor Wyatt, Ina Ruth Garrison, Marjorie Zim- 
merman. 

Third Row: Jane Gillett, Ann Wilkinson, Shirley Davis, Janey Smith. 
Not Pictured: Lois Muckelroy, Betty Jean Robertson. 



Cardina 
Key 

OFFICERS 

Mary Hallauer 

President 



Jane Gale 

Vice-President 

Lois Muckelroy 

Secretary 

Elinor Wyatt 

Treasurer 

Muriel Wittbold 

Historian 

Betty Jean Robertson 

Reporter 

Mrs. Ruth Ferguson 

Sponsor 








Alpha Chi 



Seated: Frank Douglass, Elinor Wyatt, Mary Bert Hewitt, Mary Eddins, Lucille 
Reed. 

Standing: Dr. Claud Howard, David Cardwell, Alfred Seitz, Ken Clapp, Fred 
Kight, Loy Estes, Muhammad Asaf, Ithiel V. Master. Not Pictured: Roland 
Folse, Ann Wilkinson, Robbie Sledge, Hal Kennedy, Chuck Malesky, Guinn 
Williams, Betty Carolyn Blalock. 



Alpha Chi originated at Southwestern as the Southwestern University Scholar- 
ship Society in 1915. Later it became organized nationally and the name was 
changed to Alpha Chi. Members of the Texas Alpha Chapter, the local society, 
are elected from among the top or ranking tenth of the junior and senior 
classes. Its aims are stimulation, development, and recognition of scholarship 
and character. Membership is considered the highest scholastic honor that 
can be conferred upon a student of Southwestern. 




Scenes from the regional convention of Alpha Chi 
held at the home of Texas Alpha chapter in Feb- 
ruary, 1953. 





OFFICERS 

David Cardwell 

President 

Elinor Wyatt 

Vice-President 

Ann Wilkinson 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Dr. Claud Howard 
Dean Ruth Ferguson 

Faculty Sponsors 




Who* UiKt 

\M0NG STUDENTq 

IN AMERICAN 
UNIVERSITIES 
WDCOLLEGES 




Jimmy Baines 



David Cardwell 



AMONG STUDENTS 
N AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES 
AND COLLEGES 



is a national honor society for outstanding and 
representative students on American university and 
college campuses. Each year a secret faculty com- 
mittee nominates certain such students from among 
the junior and senior classes for membership in 
Who's Who. These candidates are approved by 
Who's Who, and members are officially notified of 
their membership and honor. 

Each vear Who's Who publishes a book entitled 
Who's Who Among Students in American Universi- 
ties and Colleges, and it is in this volume that the 
honored students receive their prime recognition. 











Frank Douglass 



Loy Estes 





Roland Folse 



Mary Hallauer 





Charles Malesky 



Brad Miller 



Lois Muckelroy 



Elinor Wyatt 





i Delta 



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Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Dobie were initiated into the chapter to celebrate the 
publication of his new book, "The Mustangs". Pictured above are the 
officers who conducted their initiation. Miss Mary Elizabeth Fox, Hal . 
Kennedy, Elinor Wyatt, Brad Miller, Mrs. Dobie, Dr. Dobie, and Miss 
Pearl A. Neas. 

Pi Delta Epsilon was founded on Southwestern's campus on May 28, 
1950. It is a National Honorary Collegiate Journalism Fraternity that 
strives to improve campus publications and to create a keen interest in 
this field. Requirements for membership are that the person must be a 
junior or senior and have had a year of experience on a campus publica- 
tion. 



OFFICERS 



Bradley Miller 

President 

Hal Kennedy 

Vice President 

Elinor Wyatt 

Secretary 



Jane Gale 

Treasurer 

Clare Easley 

Historian 



Pearl A. Neas 

Grand Councilman 



Mary Elizabeth Fox 

Faculty Representative 




MEMBERS 

John Vernon Berglund 
Carl Oscar Berggu^st 
Morris Thad Cage, Jr. 
David Rankin Cardwell 
Ruth Morgan Ferguson 
William Carrington Finch 
Robert Clarke Ford, Jr. 
George C. Hester 
Claud Howard 
John Vincent LaBarbera 
Isaac Joel McCook 
J. Hamilton McCoy 
Sammye Kaye McLelland 
Henry Edwin Meyer 
Nell Jeanne Morin 
Lois Ernestine Muckelroy 
Curtis Pickens 
Roland Angus Springer 
Oscar Alvin Ullrich 
James Floyd Valone, Jr. 
John Raymond Wiggins 



Pi Epsilon Delta 

Pi Epsilon Delta is a national hon- 
orary dramatic fraternity. Its mem- 
bership is restricted to juniors and 
seniors who have participated in 
two or more drama activities pro- 
duced on the campus. Its chief aimo 
are to stimulate interest in and raise 
dramatic standards and achieve- 
ment through encouraging the best 
individual and group efforts in play 
writing, acting, directing, costuming, 
stage technigue, stage designing, 
research, and literature. Membership 
in Pi Epsilon Delta is considered one 
of the highest honors that can come 
to a drama student at Southwestern. 




Angus Springer 

Sponsor 




Jimmy Baines 




Ina Ruth Garrison 
Joe Bert Sissom 






Pi Gamma Mu 




OFFICERS 

Alfred G. Seitz 

President 

Richard S. Werner 

Vice-President 

Diane Coates 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Dr. F. E. Gaupp 

Faculty Representative 

Miss Pearl A. Neas 

Faculty Sponsor 



First Row:Mr. M. L. Williams, Mary Hallauer, Elaine Keith, Mary Strack- 
bem, Sallie Falkenbury, Kiyoko Tanabe, Jonette Hall, Valda Maeckel, Dr 
F. E. Luksa. Second Row: Dr. F. E. Gaupp, Ken Clapp, Alfred George Seitz, 
Frank Douglass, John Mood, Loy Estes, Dick Werner, Dr. L. H Merzbach 
Not pictured: Dr. J. V. Berglund, Dr. W. H. Burton, Diane Coates, 
Mrs. Irene Deupree, Dr. W. C. Finch, Miss M. E. Fox, Dr. R. M. Hawkins, 
Dr. George Hester, Mrs. Elizabeth Lundblad, R. M. Medley, Miss Pearl A. 
Neas, Angus Springer, Dr. E. H. Steelman, Dr. O. A. Ullrich, Dr. L. J. 
Waggoner, Harvey D. Watts, Calvin Dickinson, Paul Grady Anderson. 



A student of junior or senior or graduate classification who has had at 
least twenty semester hours of social science with an average grade 
therein of not less than 85 per cent, and who does not have any academic 
failure on his record, and who has further distinguished himself in the 
social sciences, is eligible for membership upon election by the members. 

The purpose of Pi Gamma Mu is to improve scholarship in the social 
studies and to achieve synthesis therein; to inspire social service to 
humanity by an intelligent approach to the solution of social problems; 
to engender sympathy toward others with different opinions and institu- 
tions by a better mutual understanding; and to supplement and to sup- 
port, but not to supplant existing social science organizations by promot- 
ing sociability and attendance at meetings. 




Marjorie Zimmerman 

President 



Jimmie Baines 

Vice President 



Mary Bert Hewitt 

Secretary 



David Cardwell 

Reporter 




Ann Dooley 



Hal Kennedy 



Sigma 

Phi 
Alpha 




Sigma Phi Alpha, a fine arts honor 
society, was once known on the campus 
as the Mozart Society. Membership is 
limited to students doing creative work in 
the fields of music, literature, drama, and 
art. Also members must be of junior or 
senior standing and must have at least 
an 85 overall average. It is a distinct 
honor to be chosen for Sigma Phi Alpha. 
Dr. Henry E. Meyer is sponsor of the 
group. 



Hazen Lewis 
Jo Ann Sanders 



Charles Malesky 
Joe Bert Sissom 




Southwestern Lettermen's 

Association 



OFFICERS 

Bill Radetsky 

President 

Russell Chaney 

Vice-president 

Jack Ramey 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Robert "Skippy" Morse 

Sergeant-at-arms 

R. M. Medley 

Sponsor 



Composed of male athletes, managers and trainers who have 
fulfilled the qualification of the Athletic Council and have been duly 
awarded the V 'S" by the members of the Athletic Council for parti- 
cipation in intercollegiate athletics. 

It promotes student spirit, assists in the control, regulation, and 
advancement of inter-collegiate athletics at the university and to 
lend its assistance to any athletic event in which the university is 
a participant. 



First Row: Byron Brown, Russel Chaney, Bobby Moegle, Maynard 
Westlake, Larry Freeman. Second Row: Bill Radetsky, George 
Thompson, Charles Malesky , Robert Arnold. Third Row: Robert 
Knauth, Buddy Sledge, Bill Merritt, Billy Moore, Dick Hawkins. 
Fourth Row: Robert Morse, Jack Ramey, David Cardwell, Jimmy 
Cardwell. 





Southwestern Science 
Society 



Gradually enlarging since its inception m the early twenties, the 
Southwestern Science Society now includes members from all fields 
of science, who are by election recognized for their outstanding 
performance in this field, and by participation joined to advance 
their interest and knowledge in science. 

Members must possess an 85 overall average, with all science 
grades counted double; they must have taken advance work in 
some science field; and they are to be recommended by their depart- 
ment head in order to be considered for election to the Society. 



First Row: Jerry Fuchs, Russel Van Norman, John Powell, Bobbie 
Walker, Mary Eddins, Albert Sanders, Brad Miller. Second Row: 
Ronald Moore, Roland Folse, Thomas Beaver, Bill Engvall, Dick 
Hawkins, Bob Chapman, George Lewis, Frank Eddins, and Charles 
Anderson. Not Pictured: Betty Holmes, Robert Cooke, Jane Gillett, 
Robbie Sledge. 



OFFICERS 

Brad Miller 

President 

Albert Sanders 
Roland Folse 
Robbie Sledge 
Robert Cooke 

Vice Presidents 

Bobbie Walker 

Secretary 

lane Gillett 

Historian 

Mary Eddins 

Parliamentarian 

Dr. J. C. Godbey 

Sponsor 




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First Row: Betty Alice Huston, Phyllis Trimble, Jane Gale. Second Row: Betty 
Ann Doss, Jackie Salmon, Jo Mayfield, Janice Daniel. Third row: Mary Hallauer, 
Rosemary Moreland, Jean Cummins, Audrey Thompson, Marcia Neuberger, 
Shirley Davis, Arden Daniel, Elaine LeBlond. Not Pictured: Beverly Dague, Jo 
Ann Long, Lucille Reed, Mary Lou Sisserson, Ann Truog, Helen Krywoszej. 

Membership in the Play, Enjoyment, and Mastery of Sports Club is open to 
all women students of Southwestern University who meet the requirements set 
forth by the point system of the group. 

The purpose of the club is to promote fellowship, create interest, stimulate par- 
ticipation, and encourage improvement in the fundamental skills and cul- 
tures of physical education. 




PEMS 



OFFICERS 

Elaine LeBlond 

President 

Janice Powell 

Vice President 

Betty Alice Huston 

Secretary 

Jackie Salmon 

Treasurer 

Ann Truog 

Reporter 

Mrs. Bemice Mann 

Sponsor 



New Initiates 



Refreshment Time 





Southwestern Pre- Medical 

Association 



OFFICERS 

Bobbie Bea Walker 

President 

Don Schumann 

Vice President 

Albert Sanders 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Billy Dipple 

Publicity 

Dr. J. C. Godbey 

Sponsor 




The Southwestern Pre-Medical Association is an organization for 
students who are preparing to enter the medical profession. Its 
purpose is to further interest in the practical aspect of pre-med 
study, to add to and broaden the study of pre-med, and to acquaint 
students with branches of the profession, methods, and leading 
members of the profession. 



First Row: Jerry Fuchs, Russel Van Norman, Bobbie Walker, Carolyn 
Sue Hervey,, Dudley Bell, Albert Sanders, Hill Winfrey. Second Row: 
Frank Eddins, Roland Folse, Bill Engvall, Charles Anderson, George 
Lewis, Bob Chapman, Billy Dipple. Not Pictured: Don Schumann, 
Sara Hawkins, Barry Norton, Charles Dayton, Brad Miller, Paul 
Garcia, Betty Holmes, Tommy Bentley. 









First Row: Mary Lou Sisserson, Jennifer Johnson, Ann Radenz, Pat Turney, 
Pauline Johnson, Helen Johnson, Pat Brown. Second Row: Mary Ann Springer, 
Ida Mary Rader, Barbara Best, Ann Hermanson, Connie Powell, Jann Wicker- 
sham, Jeanette Causey. Third Row: Carmen Cleavenger, Jamie Edmonson, 
Ann Wilkinson, Mary Lynn Lane, Arden Daniel. Not Pictured: Claire Easley, 
Diane Harkrider, Catherine Morgan, Jeanine Cowan, Elaine LeBlond, Valda 
Maeckel, Thurlene Wood, Mary Jo France. 

To be eligible tor membership in Glamazons, a young woman must be at 
least five feet and seven inches in height, and must have a desire to uphold 
the standards of the organization. The purpose of the group is to promote pride 
in height, grace, poise, and dignity among its members, and to form closer 
bonds of friendship and maintain high cultural standards. 




The 
Glamazons 



Seated: Kay Borden, 
Jane Gillet, Susan 
Burr. 

Standing: Margie 
Bair, Mrs. Ruth M. 
Ferguson, Miss Pearl 
A. Neas, Elinor 
Wyatt, Marcia Neu- 
berger. 



OFFICERS 

Jane Gillet 

President 



Marcia Neuberger 

First Vice President 

Susan Burr 

Second Vice President 

Kay Borden 

Secretary 

Elinor Wyatt 

Historian 

Margie Bair 

Treasurer 

Mrs. Ruth M. Ferguson 

Faculty Advisor 

Miss Pearl A. Neas 

Sponsor 



Home Economics Club 



OFFICERS 

Carol Ann Harter 

President 

Nell Morin 
Jonette Hall 

Vice President 



The Home Economics Club is an organization for girls especially 
interested in this field. Composed primarily of home economics stu- 
dents, it is open to all girls who may wish to join. The purpose 
of the club is to increase interest in the study of home management, 
child care and development and other similar problems. It also 
provides stimulation of practical and social study of home 
economics. 



Ethel Rentfro 

Secretary 

Kay Borden 

Treasurer 

Mrs. Irene Deupree 

Sponsor 



Left to right: Pauline Johnson, Marjorie Hilliard, Betty Ann Robertson, 
Margie Rigdon, Mary Ann Lovell, Sumie Okoga, Mrs. Irene Deupree, 
Kay Borden, Arden Daniel, Marianne Dittman, Connie Powell, Hi 
Hyun Chai, Joy Laws, Sue Holt, Jann Wickersham, Jeannette Cau- 
sey, Jo Ann Simmons. Not Pictured: Kay Carlton, Sue Barkley, Ann 
McRoberts, Catherine Morgan, Marilyn Keeling, Carol Embry, Billie 
Beryle Eason, Eloise McKinley, Rita Bird,, Hester Zeagler, Marge 
Bair, Barbara Best, Ginger Wood, Audrey Thompson, Jamie Edmon- 
son, Mary Garrett, Shirley Oliver, Jane Chapin, Marjorie Cox, Ruth 
Blasdel, Betty Jane Wilder. 





Kappa Chi 



The purpose of Kappa Chi is to cultivate among themselves per- 
sonal and ministerial fellowship as they prepare together for their 
common task; to gain instruction and inspiration from Christian 
leaders; to exhalt the Christian ministry and full-time work as a 
high calling; and to dedicate themselves to all paths of Christian 
service in their college living, and make their lives an inspiration for 
Christian" living and services. 




First Row: Robbie Sledge, Lewis Sommermeyer, James Allen Robinson, Claude 
McLelland, Leslie Lovell, Bob Peacock, Jimmy Riddle, Harry Davis, Rodney 
Roberts. Second Row: Janie Smith, Nancy Hamilton, Evalynn Bunk, Joyce Lo- 
vell, Betty Jean Robertson, Jody Ketcham, Pat Copeland, Dawnia Cox, Jean 
Furley, Jenifer Johnson, Mildred Weiss, Mary Hallauer, Roma Johnson. Third 
Row: Walter Langham, Loy Estes, Boyce Vardiman, Erlyta Wilson, Kathleen 
Brantley, Irma Cantu, Fern Newman, Helen Johnson. Fourth Row: Fred Kight, 
David Robertson, Ellsworth Peterson, Stanley Horwood, Annette Anderson, 
Connie Powell, Jerry Ann Cooper. 

Not Pictured: Ann Truog, Dudley Bell, Marian Crossley, Carmen Cleavenger, 
Betty Corn, Betty Ann Davis, Ina Ruth Garrison, Jo Ann Long, Blanche Meek, 
Gerry Morgan, Jackie Salmon, Beverly Dague, Shirley Davis, Hazen Lewis, 
Marilyn Miller, Jody Morgan, Mimi Wittbold, Jane Striegler, Ann Hermanson, 
Irma Lee Smith, Linda Wood, Ellen Kenny, Paul Garcia, Comer Alden, Gene 
Baker, Harry Davis, David Lehmberg, George Lewis, Bobby Lundgren, Chuck 
Mclesky, Frank Perry. 




OFFICERS 

Mary Hallauer 

President 

Barbara Wolfskill 

Vice President 

Barbara Hart 

Secretary 

Mr. James Hares 
Mr. Harvey Watts 

Sponsors 







Kappa Chi 



Members: 

Ann Truog 
Kathleen Brantley 
Dudley Bell 
Pat Copeland 
Marian Crossley 
Jerry Cooper 
Carmen Cleavenger 
Betty Corn 
Betty Ann Davis 
Jean Furley 
Ina Ruth Garrison 
Barbara Hart 
Mary Hallauer 
Nancy Hamilton 
Helen Johnson 
Jennifer Johnson 
Roma Johnson 
Jo Ann Long 
Blanche Meek 



Gerry Morgan 
Fern Newman 
Connie Powell 
Jackie Salmon 
Janie Smith 
Evalynn Bunk 
Irma Cantu 
Beverly Dague 
Shirley B Davis 
Hazen Lewis 
Marilyn Miller 
Jody Morgan 
Elaine LeBlond 
Betty Jean Robertson 
Ann Wilkinson 
Erlyta Wilson 
Mimi Wittbold 
Janie Striegler 
Dawnia Cox 
Ann Hermanson 
Erma Lee Smith 



Barbara Wolfskill 
Linda Wood 
Ellen Kenny 
Stanley Horwood 
George Holcomb 
Leslie Lovell 
Jack Guinn 
Billy Jo White 
James Robinson 
Paul Garcia 
Comer Alden 
Gene Baker 
Harry Davis 
Loy Estes 
Fred Kight 
David Lehmberg 
George Lewis 
Bobby Lundgren 
Chuck Malesky 
Bob Peacock 



Frank Perry 
Ellsworth Peterson 
Jimmy Riddle 
Rodney Roberts 
Robbie Sledge 
Jerry Smith 
Charles Tanner 
David Dague 
Malford Heirholzer 
Walter Langham 
Lewis Sommermeyer 
Frank Sorrell 
Bill Glaze 
David Hadley 
Drexel Riley 
Paul Perry 
David Robertson 
Claude McLelland 
Albert McCullin 



Jackie Salmon, Lewis Sommermeyer, Janey Smith, Barbara Wolf- 
skill, Mary Hallauer, Pat Copeland, Nancy Hamilton. These people 
composed the active Kappa Chi council. 




Kappa Phi 



Any woman student who is a member of the Methodist Church 
anywhere or attends a Methodist Church by preference while in 
school, is eligible to apply for membership in the Kappa Phi Club. 

It has a three-fold purpose: 

1. To form a closer association among Methodist women while 
students in college. 

2. To make the work among Methodist student women more ef- 
fective and sufficient. 

3. To provide religious training so that the Methodist student 
women may be stronger, more efficient women of the Church of 
tomorrow. 



NEW INITIATES 

First Row: Mary Ann Springer, Billie Ruth Ross, Jane Striegler, Linda 
Wood, Shirley Oliver. 

Second Row: Sue Barkley, Joan Broussard, Helen Dobbins, Joy Laws, 
Sue Holt, Carmen Cleavenger. 

Third Row: Mary Halve, Marilyn Miller, Jean Furley, Peggy Huddles- 
ton, Helen Dodd. 




Members: 

Margie Hill 
Carolyn Longley 
Lois Muckelroy 
Patti LaForge 
Marjorie Bair 
Betty Carolyn Blalock 
Jane Chapin 
Beverly Dague 
Mary Eddins 
Bert Fox 
Mildred Weiss 
Pat Brown 
Mary Jo France 
Tody Morgan 
Pat Horn 
B. J. Holmes 




Kappa Ph 



Jane Gillett 
Jo Mayfield 

President 

Jo Mayfield 
Margie Zimmerman 

Vice-President 

Marcia Neuberger 

Program Chairman 

Hazen Lewis 

Membership Chairman 

Mimi Wittbold 

Corresponding Secretary 



Nell Morin 

Recording Secretary 

Ann Wilkinson 

Treasurer 

Jackie Salmon 

Chaplain 

Margie Zimmerman 

Music Chairman 

Betty Alice Huston 

Organist 



Lucille Reed 

Social Chairman 

Marian Crossley 

Historian 

Blanche Meek 

Art Chairman 

Jane Gale 

Paraphernalia 

Mary Lou Sisserson 
Sue Barkley 

T.N.S.C. Chairman 



OFFICERS 

First Row: Jo Mayfield, Jane Gillett. Second Row: Hazen Lewis, Nell 
Morin, Jane Gale, Marcia Neuberger. Third Row: Betty Alice Huston, 
Jackie Salmon, Ann Wilkinson, Blanche Meek. Not Pictured: Muriel 
Wittbold, Marjorie Zimmerman, Lucille Reed, Marian Crossley, Mary 
Lou Sisserson. 



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The Hispanic Society 



To qualify for membership in The Hispanic Society one must be taking 
Spanish or must have a good speaking acquaintance of the language gained 
previous to entrance in Southwestern. 

The purpose of the group is to promote a better understanding of the cus- 
toms, culture, and beliefs of the Latin American Republic, to encourage the 
study of Spanish, and to give students an opportunity to learn through ex- 
perience the songs, legends, dances, and folklore of Latin America. 



Members: 

Fred Kiqht 
Max Ashley 
Jane Shaffer 
David Robertson 
Carmin Cleavenger 
Ann Harris 
Marian Crossley 
Albert Briqgs 



Blanche Meek 
Lucille Reed 
Hester Mary Zeagier 
Ann Hermanson 
Beverly Sorenson 
Marilyn McNeill 
Pat Horn 
Juanita Wentz 



OFFICERS 

Ann Wilkinson 

President 

Fred Right 

Vice President 

Jody Ketcham 

Secretary 

Mary Eddins 

Treasurer 

Max Ashley 

Reporter 

Mr. J. Hamilton McCoy 

Sponsor 



First Row: Mary Eddins, Pat Brown, Elinor Wyatt. 

Second Row: Jody Ketcham, Frank Tyson, Mary Louise Limmer, Ann Wilkinson. 










The Forensics Club 



OFFICERS 

Jimmy Baines 

President 

Cora Maria Richert 

Vice President 

Muriel Wittbold 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Janey Smith 

Reporter 

Mr. Angus Springer 

Sponsor 



The Forensics Club is composed oi students interested in the 
oratorical elements of soeech, such as debate, after-dinner speak- 
ing, poetry-reading, declaiming. 



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Seated: Barbara Keene, Muriel Wittbold, Marie Moody. 

Standing: Joe Bert Sissom, Irven DeVore, Mary Louise Limmer, Jim- 
mie Baines, Janey Smith. 

Not Pictured: Cora Richert, Ann Dooley, Ina Ruth Garrison, Joe 
Hegar, George Holcomb, Peggy Huddleston, Vincent LaBarbera, 
Julian Lyles. 






These pictures are scenes taken from the play "The Importance of Being 
Ernest" which was produced in the Theater in the Round. 




Mask 
and 
Wig Player! 



The Mask and Wig Players is an organization of 
students interested in the study of the drama. Spon- 
sored by Mr. Angus Springer, head of the Speech 
and Drama Department, Mask and Wig is open for 
membership at the beginning of each semester. 
Students become Associate Members upon joining 
and paying dues; and after they have obtained ten 
points through active service, they may become 
Active Members. The aim of the organization is to 
create student interest in drama, provide a practical 
study of drama, and serve as a source for presenta- 
tion of famous and current plays. 




OFFICERS 

Jimmy Baines 

President 

Janey Smith 

Vice President 

Ina Ruth Garrison 

Secretary 

Nell Morin 

Treasurer 

Paris Gibbs 

Business Manager 

Marcia Neuberger 

Scribe 

Mary Bert Hewitt 
Coco Richert 
Billy Dippel 
Chuck Malesky 

Board of Directors 

Mr. Angus Springer 

Sponsor 



Active Members 

Pat Brown 

Sue Carper 

Pat Copeland 

Harry Davis 

Irven DeVore 

Ann Dooley 

Sallie Falkenbury 

Jane Gale 

Joe Hegar 

Barbara Keene 

Fred Kight 

Patti LaForge 

David Lehmberg 

Claude McLelland 

Ann Mood 

John Mood 

Paul Perry 

James Allen Robinson 

Jack Seals 

Pat Shirley 

Joe Bert Sissom 

Erma Lee Smith 

Lewis Sommermeyer 

Mary Ann Springer 

John Wiggins 

Muriel Wittbold 



The Southwestern 
University Band 

Mr. Ralph Jones 

Director 

The Southwestern University Band presents a series of out- 
door concerts in the fall and spring, appears in chapel concerts, 
and makes an annual winter tour, in addition to appearance 
at athletic games and rallies. Membership in the Band is 
limited to those passing an examination. 





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Director Ralph Jones. 



OFFICERS 

Dick Thomas 

President 



Hill Winfrey 

Vice President 

Marjorie Zimmerman 

Secretary-Treasurer 




Peterson, Engvall, Hawkins, Blalock. 
Betty Ann Davis. Thomas Beaver. 



Mary Bert Hewitt, Marjorie Zimmerman. 
Dick Thomas. 




Hegar, Lehmberg, Garrett. 



Malesky, Winfrey, Chapman, Manning. 





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Southwestern University Choi 



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Membership is gained through an individual audition, 
Upon selection to the choir the individual assumes a per- 
sonal responsibility to all other members of the organiza- 
tion to perform and develop individually to the fullest 
extent of their ability. Membership in the other singing 
organizations on the campus is necessary before they are 
gualified to have an audition. 



Its purpose is to provide Southwestern University with 
the finest choral music for all of the religious functions 
carried on by the University, and to carry good music 
and artistic performance to other people while represent- 
ing the university off the local campus. 



First Soprano: 

Joan Broussard 
Beverly Dague 
Roma Johnson 
Hazen Lewis 
Jo Ann Long 
Marilyn Miller 

Second Soprano 

Kathleen Brantley 
Pat Copeland 
Billie Beryl Eason 
Mary Marshall Higgins 
Marilyn Keeling 

First Alto: 

Kay Borden 
Mary Lynn Lane 
Carolyn Longley 
Margorie Zimmerman 



Second Alto 

Betty Ann Davis 
Shirley Davis 
Dawnia Cox 
Geraldine Morgan 
Ann Wilkinson 

First Tenor 

Eugene Baker 
George Holcombe 
Charles Tanner 
Lloyd Tittle 
John Wiggins 

Second Tenor 

Tommy Bentley 
Charles Malesky 
Barry Norton 
David Robertson 



Baritone 

Robert Chapman 
David Dague 
James Robinson 
Robbie Sledge 

Bass 

Harry Davis 
Jack Guinn 
Stanley Horwood 
Bobby Lungren 
Frank Perry 
Jack Seals 
Jerry Smith 

John D. Richards 

Conductor 



Southwestern University Glee Club 



John D. Richards 

Conductor 



WOMEN'S CHORAL CLUB 

Barkley, Sue 
Bell, Dudley 
Borden, Kay 
Brantley, Kathleen 
Bray, Shirley 
Broussard, Joan 
Bunk, Evalynn 
Causey, Jeanette 
Copeland, Pat 
Corn, Betty 
Cox, Dawnia 

MEN'S GLEE CLUB 

Alden, Comer 
Baker, Eugene 
Bentley, Tommy 
Chapman, Robert 
Davis, Harry 
De Vore. Irven 
Dippel, Billy 
Garcia, Paul 
Guinn, Jack 



This organization is open to all students on the campus who enjoy singing 
and would like to participate in a musical organization. 

The major purpose of this organization is to foster love for good choral 
singing and develop the individual through the interpretation and reading of 
the finest choral literature available for men's and women's voices. 



Crossley, Marian 
Dague, Beverly 
Davis, Betty Ann 
Davis, Shirley 
Eason, Billie Beryl 
Fritts, Mary 
Furley, Jean 
Harkrider, Diane 
Hewitt, Mary Bert 
Higgins, Mary Marshall 
Hinsey, Carolyn 



Dague, David 
Harrington, Sul Ross 
Hegar, Joe 
Holcombe, George 
Horwood, Stanley 
Jasperson, Albert 
Langham, Walter 
Lewis, George 
Lovell, Leslie 



Johnson, Roma 
Lane, Mary Lynn 
Limmer, Mary Louise 
Lewis, Hazen 
Long, Jo Ann 
Longley, Carolyn 
Miller, Doylene 
Miller, Marilyn 
Moody, Marie 
Morgan, Geraldine 
Reed, Lucille 



Malesky, Charles 
Norton, Barry 
Peacock, Harry 
Perry, Paul 
Peterson, Ellsworth 
Riddle, Jimmy 
Robertson, David 
Robinson, James 
Schuhmann, Donald 



Ross, Billie 
Springer, Mary Ann 
Whatley, Jamye 
Wilkinson, Ann 
Wilson, Erlyta 
Wittbold, Muriel 
Wolfskill, Barbara 
Wood, Linda 
Wyatt, Elinor 
Zimmerman, Marjorie 



Sissom, Joe Bert 
Sledge, Robert 
Smith, Jerry 
Tanner, Charles 
Tittle, Lloyd 
Traveland, Louis 
Wiggins, John 



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Delta Omicron 




Delta Omicron is a national professional music fraternity for 



women. The chaoter on 
charter on April 24, 1948. 
musicianship among the 
composers and musicians 



the Southwestern campus received its 
The purpose of the fraternity is to foster 
women, to create interest in American 
to create interest in local musical talent, 
and to provide an opportunity for social fellowship for its members. 
To be initiated, girls must fulfill the standards and purposes main- 
tained by Delta Omicron, and also maintain an average of 80 in 
school work and music work. 



OFFICERS 



Hazen Lewis 

President 



Ann Radenz 

Secretary 



Marjorie Zimmerman 

First Vice President 



Jamye Whatley 

Treasurer 



Carolyn Lonaley 

Second Vice President 



Miss Iola Bowden 

Sponsor 




The Megaphone 
Staff 

Editor . ..Hal Kennedy 

Assistant Editors Calvin Dickinson, Elinor Wyatt 

Feature Editor Vincent LaBarbera 

Society Editor .... ...Jo Ann Morgan 

Assistant Feature Editor Belva Young 

Sports Editor Julian Lyles 

Advertising Manager Calvin Dickinson 

Organizational Reporters Jack Seals, John 

Wiggins, Hester Mary Zeagler, Joe Hegar, 
Bobby Ford, Jane Chapin, Pat Brown, Patti 
LaForge, Eugene Baker, Ann Harris. 

Sponsor Angus Springer 





Hal Kennedy 



Hal Kennedy, Blanche Meek, Belva Young, Eli- 
nor Wyatt, John Wiggins, Jody Morgan, Calvin 
Dickinson. 
Hal Kennedy 








Pictured above: Bobby Ford, Belva Young, Jody Morgan, 
Blanche Meek, Elinor Wyatt, David Cardwell. 

Southwestern Magazine Staff 



Vincent LaBarbera 




Editor — Vincent LaBarbera 
Assistant Editor — Calvin Dickinson 

Feature Editor — Elinor Wyatt 

Art Editor — Hal Kennedy 

Assistant Art Editor — Joan Moore 

Sports Editor — Bobby Ford 

Feature Writers — David Cardwell, John Wiggins, Claire 
Easley, Muriel Wittbold, Belva Young, Jo Ann 
Morgan 

Layouts — Calvin Dickinson 

Business Manager — Mr. Carl Bergquist 

Sponsor — Mr. James Valone 



The Sou'wester 
Staff 




Elinor Wyatt 
Editor 



Jane Gale 
Assistant Editor 



Miss Mary Elizabeth Fox 
Sponsor 




Elinor Wyatt 



Frank Douglass 
Sports Editor 

Julian Lyles 

Assistant Sports Editor 

Robbie Sledge 
Art Editor 

Hal Kennedy 
Blanche Meek 
Assistant Art Editors 

Marie Moody 
Connie Powell 
Faculty Editors 

Sue Oakley 
Snapshot Editor 



Joanne Miller 
Albert Briggs 
Freshman Editors 



Pat Brown 
Joe Hegar 
Sophomore Editors 

Carol Embry 
Ann McRoberts 
Junior Editors 

Nell Morin 
Senior Editor 

Jo Mayfield 

Jo Ann Morgan 

Organization Editors 

Calvin Dickinson 

Student Business Manager 

Mr. Carl Bergquist 
Business Manager 

Mrs J. P. Crowe 
Charles Goss 
Cluck's Studio 
Photographers 



Jo Ann Morgan, Joanne Miller, Joe Hegar, 
Blanche Meek, Marie Moody. 



Sue Oakley, Jane Gale, Pat Brown, Albert 
Briggs, Jann Wickersham, Jo Mayfield. 




Charles Goss 





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Foreign Students 

on Our Campus 



Sumie Okogct, Aiea, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii; Diana Nasir, Bir-Zeit, Jordan; 
Kiyoko Tanabe, Tokyo, Japan; Samia Nasir, Bir-Zeit, Jordan; Hi Hyun Chai, 
Pusan, Korea. Missing is Frances Aoki, Aiea, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii. 



Abdul Almuttalibi, Musharra 
Amara, Iraq; Hashim Dahmash, 
Damascus, Syria; Muhammad 
Asaf, Multan, Pakistan; Sadiq 
Massey, Clarkabad, West Pa- 
kistan; Kamal Tarazi, Gaza 
Egypt; Khalid Babba, Tulkarm, 
Jordan; Ithiel V. Master, Na- 
diad, India. 





SOCIAL GROUPS 



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WOMEN'S PANHELLENIC 




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San Gabriel 
and girls. 




Go west, young man! 



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Lois Muckelroy 

President 



Alpha 
Delta Pi 



Sammy McLelland 

Vice President 



Lucille Reed 

Corresponding 
Secretary 



Jonette Hall 

Recording 
Secretary 



Sallie Falkenbury 

Treasurer 



Aloha Delta Pi was founded at Wesleyan Female College in Macon, Georgia 
in 1851. Zeta Chapter was established at Southwestern University in 1907. 

First Row: Dudley Bell, Betty Carolyn Blalock, Martha Ann Blalock, Julia Berg- 
lund, Janie Bingham, Kay Carlton, Jane Chapin, Pat Copeland. Second Row: 
Margie Cox, Beverly Dague, Betty Anne Doss, Jane Gillett, Helen Hair, Mary 
Hallauer, Nancy Hamilton, LeWan Harris. Third Row: Carolyn Sue Harvey, 
Margie Hill, Betty Jean Holmes, Mary Lou Jackson, Jennifer Johnson, Pauline 
Johnson, Jody Ketcham, Hazen Lewis. Fourth Row: Mary Louise Limmer, Nell 
Morin, Joan Dee Quinn, Ann Radenz, Ethel Rentfro, Coco Richert, Betty Jean 
Robertson, Billie Ruth Ross. Fifth Row: Lois Saunders, Donna Saxe, Janey 
Smith, Jane Striegler.Sue Syler, Mildred Weiss, Betty Jane Wilder Mel'ba Lou 
Willis, Shirley Wright. 






Funny people and animals. 




Too bad. girls. 



Friends and buddies. 



Please don't throw it. 



Interesting Game? 







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Jo Ann Claire 
Sanders 

President 



Frances Kathryn 
Borden 

Vice-President 



Carol Ann Harter 

Secretary 



Ann McRoberts 

Treasurer 



Delta 

Delta 
Delta 



Thomas Douglass 

Sponsor 



Delta Delta Delta was founded in 1888 at Boston University in 
Boston, Massachusetts. Theta Epsilon Chapter was founded at 
Southwestern University in 1911. 



First Row: Susan Burr, Shirley Bray, Arden Daniel, Janice Daniel, 
Marjann Dunn, Clare Easley, Billie Beryle Eason, Jamie Edmonson. 
Second Row: Carol Embry, Diane Harkrider, Marjorie Hilliard, 
Marilyn Keeling, Mary Lynn Lane, Patricia McGregor, Eloise Mc- 
Kinley, JoAnne Miller. Third Row: Catherine Morqan, Alicia Rost, 
Erma Lee Smith, Nancy Tipton, Audrey Thompson, Londa Jean 
West, Judith Wood, Belva Jean Young. 





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Delta Zeta Dream Girl 




Jane Gale 

President 



Marjorie Zimmerman 

Vice President 



Carolyn Longley 

Recording Secretary 



Mary Jo France 

Corresponding 
Secretary 



Jeanette Causey 

Treasurer 



Delta 
Zeta 



Delta Zeta is a national sorority consisting of 73 chapters spread 
throughout the United States. It was founded at Miami University in 
Oxford, Ohio on October 24, 1902. 



Mr. Angus Springer 

Sponsor 



First Row: Sue Barkley, Patricia Brown, Carmen Cleavenger, Betty 
Davis, Helen Dobbins, Sue Holt. Second Row: Peggy Jo Huddleston, 
Mary Ann Kalmbach, Joy Laws, Norma fo Mayfield, Marilyn Miller, 
Gerry Morgan. Third Row: Marcia Neuburger, Sue Oakley, Mary 
Ann Springer, Jann Wickersham, Ann Wilkinson. 





Cold, Betty Alice? 

All Phi Mu sisters. 



Don't be too rough on poor Carmen. 
Very tempting, Rosemary. 





Bert Fox 

President 



Elaine Keith 

Vice-president 



Mimi Wittbold 

Secretary 



Betty Alice Huston 

Treasurer 



Mr. John Richards 

Sponsor 



Phi Mu 



Phi Mu was founded at Wesleyan College at Macon, Georgia in 
1852. Xi Kappa Chapter was founded on the Southwestern campus 
in 1908. It was reinstated in 1941. 



First Row: Joan Broussard, Barbara Chambers, Jeanine Cowan, Da- 
wnia Cox, Carmen Crozier, Helen Dodd. Second Row: Ina Ruth Gar- 
rison, Mary Halve, Ann Harris, Mary Bert Hewitt, Pat Horn, Barbara 
Keene. Third Row: Patti La Forge, Doylene Miller, Drue McMullen, 
Rosemary Moreland,. Janice Powell, Barbara Wolfskill. 





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Good 
watermelon? 



All dressed 
up! 




Easy, girls. 




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Cold 
weather. 




Jane Shaffer 

President 



Diane Coates 

Vice-president 



Mary Eddins 

Secretary 




Margie Bair 

Treasurer 



Sue Carper 

Rush Captain 



Zeta 

Tau 

Alpha 



Zeta Tau Alpha was founded at Virginia State Normal College in Farms- 
ville, Virginia on October 15, 1898. Lambda chapter was founded on the 
Southwestern campus in 1906. 



First Row: Barbara Best, Rita Bird, Barbara Clark, Mary Carolyn Garrett, 
Frances Grimes, Ann Hermanson. Second Row: Mary Marshall Higgins, Susan 
Kirkpatrick, Mary Ann Lovell, Merilyn MacNeil, Shirley Oliver, Mary Lou Sis- 
serson. Third Row: Beverly Sorenson, Dean Stinett, Elaine Taylor, Pat Turney, 
Juanita, Wentz, Hester Mary Zeagler. 





First Row: Annette Anderson, Frances Aoki, Ruth Blasdel, Kathleen Brantley, 
Irma Cantu, David Cardwell, Hi Hyun Chai. Second Row: Jerry Ann Cooper, 
Betty Corn, Jimmy Coronado, Marian Crossley, Jean Cummins, David Dague, 
Harry Davis. Third row: Dian Finley, Mary Fritts, Tean Furley, Maurine Goff, 
Jack Guinn, Barbara Hart, Harold Hoover. Fourth row. Carolyn Hinsey, Roma 
Johnson, Helena Krywoszej, Walter Langham, Elaine LeBlond, George Lewis, 
Joyce Lovell. Fifth row: Claude McLelland, Betty McLendon, Blanche Meek, 
Marie Moody, Frances Moon, Jo Ann Morgan, Samia Nasir. Sixth Row: Fern 
Newman, Margaret Nixon, Sumie Okoga, Paul Perry, Marjorie Poole, Connie 
Powell. Helen, Johnson, 




independent 
Association 



Dr. Gaupp and Mr. Hares 

Sponsors 



First row: Ida Mary Rader, James Robinson, Daniel Rodriguez, Steve 
Rodriguez, Jackie Salmon, James Schwarz, Robbie Sledge. Second 
Row: Frank Sorell, Mary Strackbein, Charles Tanner, Louis Traveland, 
Ann Truog, Harry Tyrrasch, Bobbie Walker. Third Row: Jamye What- 
ley, Billy Joe White, Erlyta Wilson, Linda Wood, Thurlene Wood, Elinor 
Wyatt. 



The purpose of the Independent Association is to work for the 
welfare of students by providing social activities for those who are not 
affiliated with any primarily social Greek letter fraternity on this cam- 
pus and by providing an opportunity for training in the principles of 
democracy. 



Shirley B Davis 

President 



Chuck Malesky 

Vice-president 



Evalynn Bunk Lewis Sommermeyer 

Secretary-Treasurer General Planning 

Chairman 





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Kappa Alpha Rose 




Frank Stovall 

President 



Creighton Collins 

Vice President 



Kappa 
Alpha 



Vincent LaBarbera 

Secretary 



Bart Hopkins 

Treasurer 



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lbbb. Xi Chapter at Southwestern was founded in 1883. 



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^iW^ MG Ashley, D. S. Bam, J. T. Brigman, R. M. 
Chaney, I. E. Colgm. Second Row: B. I. Dippel, W. R. Flanders K L 
Garrett, S R. Harrington, J. W. Hegar, B. J. Hjerpe. Third Row: L Korts' 
J. T. Langtord, D. A. Schuhmann, R. E. Stephens. arrett. 





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Kappa Sigma Dream Girl 




Kappa 
Sigma 



Mr. James F. Valone 

Sponsor 



First Row: Sam Baker, Tom Beaver, Edgar Barnett, Bob Chapman, John 
Douglass, Glenn Eads, Bill Engvall, Jimmy Green, Bill Hays. Second 
Row: Dick Hawkins, Julian Lyles, Roy Mason, Bill Merritt, Bradley 
Miller, Bob Moegle, Robert Morse, Bill Radetsky, Pat Rowlings. Third 
Row: Buster Rost, Albert Sanders, Dick Seals, Jack Seals, Dick Thomas, 
Bob Tulloch, Jack Walker, G. T. Watkins, Maynard Westlake. 



Kappa Sigma is a national fraternity with chapters spread from 
Texas to Canada. It was founded in Virginia in 1865, and a chapter 
was established at Southwestern on October 12, 1886. 



Dick Rost Guinn Williams Myron Dees Hal Kennedy 

Grand Master Grand Procurator Grand Master- Grand Scribe 

of Ceremonies 



Hill Winfrey 

Grand Treasurer 










Murder Made Easy! 



Ride 'Em Cowboy! 




He-man Charlie! 






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The Happy People 
Johnnie and David — Studying! 





Phi 



First Row: Jack Albright, Comer Alden, Charles Anderson, Albert 
Briggs, Charles Burton, James Cardwell, Irven DeVore, Frank Doualass, 
Frank Eddins. Second Row: Roland Folse, Jerry Fuchs, Bill Glaze, 
Charles Goss, David Hadley, Malford Hierholzer, George Holcombe, 
Jim Jenkins, Don Lilljedahl. Third Row: Albert McCullin, Don Marrs, 
Bill Massenaale, Bill Moore, Bob Peacock, Ellsworth Peterson, Tohn 
Rentfro, Rodney Roberts, David Roberston. Fourth Row: Buddy Sledge, 
Ray Stephens, George W. Thompson, Frank Tyson, Russel Van Nor- 
man, Raymond Watson, Dick Werner. 



Delta 
Theta 



Phi Delta Theta was founded in 1848 at Miami University in Oxford, 
Ohio, as part of the well-known Miami Triad. Texas Gamma Chapter 
was founded at Southwestern in 1886. 



David Lehmberg 

President 



Bobby Ford 

Vice-president 



John Powell 

Secretary 



Fred Kight 

Treasurer 






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Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl 




Pi 
Kappa 
Alpha 



Mrs. Gus Lundblad 

Sponsor 



First Row: Ben Appleby, Bob Arnold, Eugene Baker, Tommy Bentley, 
Jimmy Berthold, Byron Brown, Charles Dayton. Second Row: Forrest 
Eisenrich, Paul Garcia, Paris Gibbs, Stanley Horwood, Earl Nelson, 
Frank Perry, Curtis Pickens. Third Row: Earl Quinn, Jimmy Riddle, Jim- 
my Ross, Edward Slaughter, Jerry Smith, Joe Watterson, John Wiggins, 
Frank Womack. 



Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at the University of Virginia in 
Charlottesville, Virginia, in 1868. The Southwestern chapter was first 
founded in 1910, and then reactivated in 1948. 



William J. Slaughter 

President 



Joe Bert Sissom 

Vice President 



Robert E. Lundgren 

Treasurer 





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Phi Mu 




Helen Krywoszej 







Mary Lynn Lane 

DELTA DELTA DELTA 



Drue McMullen 

PHI MU 




Doylene Miller 

PHI MU 




Merilyn McNeill 

ZETA TAU ALPHA 




Diana Nasir 

INDEPENDENT 




Sue Syler 

ALPHA DELTA PI 



Elaine Taylor 

ZETA TAU ALPHA 



Ann Truog 

INDEPENDENT 



Ann Wilkinson 

DELTA ZETA 




Hester Mary Zeagler 

ZETA TAU ALPHA 





The 
Annua 



Alpha Delta Pi. Mary 
Lou Jackson, Marjorie 
Cox, Nancy Hamilton, 
Sue Syler. 



Delta Delta Delta: Mary 
Lynn Lane, Diane Hark- 
rider, Billie Beryle Ea- 
son, Shirley Bray. 




Delta Zeta: Mary Ann 
Kalmbach, Ann Wilkin- 
son, Joy Laws, Sue 
Holt. 



Beauty 
Revue 



Independent Associa- 
tion: Helen Kry woszej , 
Ann Truog, Mary Fritts, 
Diana Nasir. 



Phi Mu: Doylene Miller, 
Carmen Crozier, Bar- 
bara Keene, Drue Mc- 
Mullen. 



Zeta Tau Alpha: Meri- 
lyn McNeill, Hester 
Mary Zeagler, Elaine 
Taylor, Mary Carolyn 
Garrett. 






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ACTIVITIES 



Scenes from the Faculty Reception held in September, 1952 for all 
students. The pictures portray scenes on the porches and lawns of 
Laura Kuykendall Hall. 




Scenes from the All-School Dance held in the Jim 
West Gymnasium in the early fall of 1952. 




Scenes from the Student Senate Retreat to Woods 
Ranch in the early fall of 1952. Plans for the year 
were discussed and formulated during the day. 




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Scenes from "Dobie Day' 
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Scenes from the Christmas Carol Ser- 
vice Lois Perkins Chapel 





The Alpha Delta Pi Sorority 

The Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity 

singing "Hark, The Herald Angels Sing' 



The Delta Zeta Sorority 
The Kappa Alpha Fraternity 
singing "The First Noel" 



The Delta Delta Delta Sorority 

The Pi Kappa Alpha Alpha Fraternity 

singing "O Little Town of Bethlehem" 




The Independent Association 
singing "There's a Song in the Air' 




The Phi Mu Sorority 

The Kappa Sigma Fraternity 

singing "It Came Upon the Midnight Clear' 



The Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority 
The Phi Delta Theta Fraternity 
singing "Silent Night" 



OUTWARD 
BOUND 




Rehearsal time. Ann Dooley, 
Charles Malesky, Jimmie Bai- 
nes, Ina Ruth Garrison. 




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Claud McLelland, Ina Ruth Garrison. 



John Wiggins, Irven DeVore, Barbara Keene. 





Jimmie Baines, Charles Malesky, Ann Dooley. 



Charles Malesky, Jimmie Baines, Ina Ruth Gar- 
rison, Claud McLelland. 



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A dramatic moment in "The Importance of Being Earnest" with Ann Dooley, 
Harry Davis, James Allen Robinson, Erma Smith, Jimmie Baines. 



Directed by Angus Springer 



CAST FOR OUTWARD BOUND 

Scrubby John Wiggins 

Ann Barbara Keene 

Henry Irven De Vore 

Tom Prior Jimmie Baines 

Mrs. Cliveden-Banks Ina Ruth Garrison 

The Rev. William Duke Charles Malesky 

Mrs. Midget Ann Dooley 

Mr. Lingley... Claud McLelland 

The Rev. Mr. Thompson . .. Jack Seals 



CAST FOR THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST 

John Worthing Jimmie Baines 

Lady Bracknell Ann Dooley 

Algernon Moncrief. Harry Davis 

Gwendolyn Erma Smith 

Cecily Cora Maria Richert 

Rev. Chasuble Joe Bert Sissom 

Miss Prism Ina Ruth Garrison 

Merriman Charles Malesky 

Lane James Allen Robinson 





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Pictured on this page are members 
of the Hispanic Society as they en- 
joyed their annual field trip to San 
Antonio to visit the mission's, the 
Governor's Palace, and other points 
of interest. 








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Scenes from the Senate Carnival held in the Fall of 1952 in which all classes 
competed for places. First place was won by the sophomore class. Honorary 
organizations also helped raise money for student activities by sponsoring 
various booths during the evening. 





WEEK-END AT COLLEGE 



The fourth annual Week-end at College was held on the campus March 20, 
21 and 22. Pictured above are scenes of the rush at registering all the high 
school visitors. Ralph Jones was in charge of the event. 

Included in the large variety of college activities were "The Devil and Daniel 
Webster" by Stephen Vincent Benet, produced by the Mask and Wig Players; 
"Down in the Valley", a folk opera by Kurt Weill, portrayed by the Opera 
Workshop! Varieties in Music, presented by The Piratones; "Requiem" by 
Gabriel Faure, presented by the University Chorus and the University Sm- 
fonietta. 

Also included in the activities was a senior art show by Joan Dee Quinn, 
and an evening serenade by the Delta Zeta Sorority and the Kappa Sigma 
Fraternitv. 




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A provocative moment in "Maid as Mistress" with Roland Folse, Hazen 
Lewis, and Stanley Horwood. 



The Chamber Opera Workshop presented two chamber operas this year: 
"Maid as Mistress" and "Down in the Valley". Wendell L. Osborn is the direc- 
tor for the group. 



OPERA WORKSHOP 



"Maid as Mistress" or "La Serva Padrona" by Pergolesi unfolded a story in 
song about an uncontrollable mistress who creates problems for her master. 
Hazen Lewis sang the role of Zerbina and Stanley Horwood sang the role of 
Pandolfo. Roland Folse portrayed the third member of the cast. 



The second chamber opera, "Down in the Valley", 
a folk opera by Kurt Weill, was presented at Week- 
end at College. The action of the musical fantasy 
took place in the rural area of Alabama, and in the 
Birmingham jail. Eugene Baker portrayed Brack 
Weaver and played opposite Kathleen Brantley, who 
sang the role of Jennie Parsons. Others in the cast 
included James Riddle as The Leader and The 
Preacher, James Allen Robinson as Thomas Bouche, 
Stanley Horwood as The Guard, David Dague as 
Peters, and Carolyn Longley and Marilyn Miller as 
Two Women. 



The Chorus included Kay Borden, Shirley Davis, 
Roma Johnson, Marilyn Keeling, Carolyn Longley, 
Marilyn Miller, David Dague, Stanley Horwood, 
Bobby Lundgren, David Robertson, Jerry Smith, 
Charles Tanner, and John Wiggins. 

Ellsworth Peterson and Martha Ann Blalock ac- 
companied the singers at the "piano. 




SPORTS 




COACH R. M. MEDLEY, Direc- 
tor of Athletics; Associate Pro- 
fessor and Head of the Depart- 
ment of Physical Education and 
Physical Training and Head 
Basketball Coach. 

The Priates this year had a 
most outstanding season finish- 
ing with a 14 won and 6 lost 
record. The Pirates went 10 
straight games undefeated and 
they were the last collegiate 
basketball team in Texas to be 
beaten. Losing their first game 
due to illness, the Pirates lost 
a little of their spark also. De- 
spite barely losing the cham- 
pionship; Southwestern still had 
one of its finest teams. 



PIRATES' SEASON RECORD 



Southwestern 
Southwestern 
Southwestern 
Southwestern 
Southwestern 
Southwestern 
Southwestern 
Southwestern 
Southwestern 
Southwestern 
Southwestern 
Southwestern 
Southwestern 
Southwestern 
Southwestern 
Southwestern 
Southwestern 
Southwestern 
Southwestern 
Southwestern 



73 Corpus Christi Univ. 63 

67 . Corpus Christi Univ . 64 

78 Corpus Christi Univ 44 

62 Corpus Christi Univ , 58 

57 Texas A <S 1 51 

78 Texas A & I 59 

58 ..... *St. Edward's Univ 52 

57 Pan-American College 43 



Pan-American College ... 
*Texas Lutheran College. 
Texas Wesleyan College. 

*St. Mary's Univ 

*St. Mary's Univ..... 



39 
58 
83 
62 
46 



*East Texas Baptist 61 

*St. Edward's Univ 67 

74 *East Texas Baptist ...96 

58 *Texas Wesleyan College 65 

49 Texas Lutheran College 5G 

65 Pan-American College 83 

61 Pan-American College 79 

* Conference. Game 




ROBERT "BOB" AR- 
NOLD — 6' 4", Sopho- 
more, Trinity, Steady 
Center, 2nd Team All- 
Conference. 



LARRY FREEMAN — 6', 

Junior, Dallas, Speedy 
All-Conference Guard. 




BYRON BROWN— 6' 1" 

Junior, Jewitt, Hustling 
2nd Team All-Confer- 
ence Forward. 




RICHARD "DICK" HAWKINS — 6' A", 

Freshman Alpine, Rebounding Center. 




ROBERT KNAUTH— 6' 2", Sophomore, 
Florence, Fast Breaking Forward. 



BOBBY MOEGLE— 6 3", Junior, Taylor, 
Demon under the back boards. 





BILL MERRITT— 6' 2" Sophomore, Waco, 
Sparkplug of Pirate Five. 



MAYNARD WESTLAKE— 5' 11", Junior, 
Temple, Scrapping Ball Hawk, 2nd 
Team All-Conference. 




HAROLD HOOVER — 6' 5", Freshman, 
Oakalla, Center, Bright Spot for Next 
Year. 





DON LILLJEDAHL— 6' 1", Freshman, Ire- 
land, Guard, Lively floor man. 



JULIAN LYLES— 5' 10", Freshman, Aus- 
tin, Up and Coming Freshman. 



3ARRELL WILLIAMS, 5' 9", Freshman, 
Oakalla, Guard. 




EDGAR BARNETT, 6' 2", Freshman, Bel 
ton, Forward. 



MEN'S INTRAMURAL AND CO-INTER-FRATERNITY FOOTBALL CHAMPS 



Kappa Sigma Fraternity 



Top Row: Tolloch, Seals, Miller, Winfrey, Hays, Lyles. Bottom Row: Williams, 
Baker, Morse, Dees, Engvall, Watkins. 







MEN'S CO-INTER-FRATERNITY FOOTBALL CHAMPS 

Phil Delta Theta Fraternity 

Top Row: Goss, Rentfro, Roberts, Glaze, Jenkins, Moore, Thompson, Cardwell. 
Middle Row: Folse, Van Norman, Lehmberg, Powell, Douglass, Ford. Bottom 
Row: Eddins, Stephens, Watson. 




WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL 



ALL-STARS 



Top Row: Powell, A. Daniel, 
Chapin, J. Daniel, Turney, Hus- 
ton, Mayfield 

Bottom Row: Kalmbach, Trim- 
ble, Muckelroy, Stinnett 




WOMEN'S INTRAMURAL VOLLEYBALL, BASKET-BALL AND SOFTBALL CHAMPS 



INDEPENDENT GIRLS 




Top Row: Cummins, Anderson, 
Wyatt, Johnson, Davis, Powell 

Middle Row: Moody, Hart, Kry- 
woszej, Lovell, Salmon, Fritts 

Bottom Row: Newman, Wood, 
LeBlond, R. Johnson 









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Top Row: Garrett, Harrington, Colgin, Hegar, Edwards, Flanders, Brigman, 
Bain Schuhmann, La Barbera 

Kappa Alpha Fraternity 

MEN'S INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL CHAMPS 

Time out!!! A Pirate Game 




BASKETBALL SWEETHEART 



Miss Carol Ann Harter 



PIRATE CHEERLEADERS 



Sue Carper, Brad Miller, Joan 
Dee Quinn, Frank Sorell, Ann 
Truog. 








PIRATE BASEBALL SQUAD 



Top row: Burke, Knauth, Lilljedahl, Moegle, Ramey, Thompson. Bottom Row: 
Radetsky, Douglass, Lyles, Watwon, Merritt, Dees, Freeman, Hadley. Not Pic- 
tured: Chaney, Moore. 





PEOPLE, PARTIES AND PICNICS 




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CLASSES 





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FRESHMAN OFFICERS 



FRANK EDDINS 

President 



EDGAR BARNETT 

Vice-President 







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MARY LOUISE LIMMER 

Secretary 



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Charles Lloyd Anderson 

San Antonio, Texas 



James Rieves Anderson 

Uvalde, Texas 



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Ben Arthur Appleby 

Orange, Texas 

David Sam Bain 

Centerville, Texas 



William Edgar Bamett 

Belton, Texas 



Thomas Buford Beaver 

New Holland, Texas 



Powell Eugene Baker 

Robstown, Texas 



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Marie Annette Anderson 

Manor, Texas 



Jessie Dudley Bell 

Houston, Texas 



Barbara Kathryn Best 

Corpus Christi, Texas 



Janie Mae Bingham 

Breckenridge, Texas 



Martha Ann Blalock 

Mission, Texas 







Shirley Ann Bray 

Bellaire, Texas 



Albert Fitch Briggs 

Beaumont, Texas 



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Jack Nurdin Bumey 

Orange, Texas 



Irma Nereida Cantv 

San Antonio, Texas 



Wanda Jeanine Cowan 

Waco, Texas 




Robert Michael Chapman 

San Antonio, Texas 



Lula Catherine Carlton 

Fort Davis, Texas 




Barbara Jean Chambers 

Beaumont, Texas 



Jerry Ann Cooper 

Corpus Christi, Texas 



Dawnia Lee Cox 

Colorado Springs, Colo. 



Marjorie Ann Cox 

Llano, Texas 



Fifty- si 



IX 



Hashim Dahmash 

Damascus, Syria 

Betty Ann Davis 

Columbus, Texas 



Leslie Jo Crook 

Waco, Texas 

Jackson Larrimore Crow 

Holland, Texas 



Marianne Dittman 

Houston, Texas 




Mary Helen Dobbins 

San Antonio, Texas 



Boyd Irven De Vore 

Dallas, Texas 



Glenn Eads 

Georgetown, Texas 



Billie Beryle Eason 

Abilene, Texas 




Cathryn Carmen Crozier 

Beaumont, Texas 



Helen Hester Dodd 

Waco, Texas 



Mar j arm Dunn 

Corpus Christi, Texas 






Frank Meredith Eddins 

Georgetown, Texas 

Jamie Lee Edmonson 

Bay City, Texas 



C/aJJ op 



Forrest Aubrey Eisenrich 

Brownsville, Texas 



Dian Finley 

Georgetown, Texas 




Betty Maurine Goff 

Brownsville, Texas 



Jerry Lee Fuchs 

Hye, Texas 

Dorothy Fay Gibbs 

Georgetown, Texas 




Aubrey Lester Forrest 

Lincoln, Nebraska 




Billy Mack Fowler 

Corpus Christi, Texas 



William Howard Glaze 

Dallas, Texas 



Charles Edward Goss 

Waco, Texas 



David Hadley 

Colorado Springs, Colo. 



Fifty-six 



Mary Elizabeth Halve 

Waco, Texas 

Diane Cumpton Harkrider 

Harlingen, Texas 



Richard Melvin Hawkins 

Georgetown, Texas 

Joseph W. Hegar 

Houston, Texas 



Carolyn Sue Hervey 

Houston. Texas 




Malford Cottem Hierholzer 

Seguin, Texas 



Ann Marie Hermanson 

Houston, Texas 



Bertal Ellis Hjerpe 

Port Arthur, Texas 



Carolyn Sue Holt 

Houston, Texas 




Ann Marion Harris 

Dallas, Texas 




Mary Marshall Higgins 

Ysleta, Texas 



Marjorie Hilliard 

Orange, Texas 





Mary Lou Jackson 

Houston, Texas 



James Francis Jenkins 

Kerrville, Texas 



oy Beranto Laws 

Houston, Texas 



Cleddie Harold Hoover 

Oakalla, Texas 



Peggy Jo Huddleston 

Austin, Texas 



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Marilyn Jo Ketcham 

Santa Rosa, Texas 

Mary Lynn Lane 

Bay City, Texas 



Jennifer Johnson 

Houston, Texas 




Mary Ann Kalmbach 

Jarrell, Texas 



Gerald Talmadge Langford 

Houston, Texas 



Greorge William Lewis 

3ellaire, Texas 



Richard Don Lilljedahl 

Ireland, Texas 



Fifty-six 



Mary Louise Limmer 

Bartlett, Texas 



Mary Ann Lovell 

San Antonio, Texas 



Patricia Ercella McGregor 

Aransas Pass, Texas 

Eloise McKinley 

Orange, Texas 



Donald Matthew Marrs 

Bryan, Texas 




Merilyn Elouise McNeill 

Mathis, Texas 




Julian Knox Lyles, Jr, 

Austin, Texas 



Doylene Joy Miller 

Corpus Christi, Texas 



Billy Love Massengale 

Killeen, Texas 



Joanne Frances Miller 

Orange, Texas 






Marilyn Lois Miller 

Corpus Christi, Texas 



Ann Hardin Mood 

Muskogee, Okla. 



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Minnie Marie Moody 

Austin, Texas 



Betty Lou Moore 

Georgetown, Texas 



Shirley Jeane Oliver 

Fort Worth, Texas 




Fern Udelle Newman 

Manor, Texas 

Margaret Frances Nixon 

Fort Worth, Texas 



Ronald Wiley Moore 

Dallas, Texas 




Dorothy Geraldine Morgan i 

Houston, Texas 



Majorie Frances Poole 

Georgetown, Texas 



Connie Mae Powell 

Carrizo Springs, Texas 



Sumie Okoga 

Aiea, Oahu, 

Territory of Hawaii 



Fifty-six 



Ida Mary Rader 

Georgetown, Texas 



Drexel Riley 

Portland, Texas 



Lois Deane Saunders 

Houston, Texas 

Donna Dea Saxe 

Beaumont, Texas 



Richard Lowell Seals 

Big Lake, Texas 




Patricia Ann Shirley 

Houston, Texas 



James Robert Schwarz 

Rockdale, Texas 




Rodney Eugene Roberts 

El Paso, Texas 



Erma Lee Smith 

Dallas, Texas 



Lewis Henry Sommermeyer 

Houston, Texas 



Charles Frank Sorell 

San Antonio, Texas 





Beverly Carol Sorensen 

Houston, Texas 



Mary Ann Springer 

Georgetown, Texas 



C/aJJ of 




Ray Dell Stephens 

Devine, Texas 



Robert Eugene Stephens 

Madisonville, Texas 



Patricia Ann Tumey 

Houston, Texas 




Nancy Elizabeth Tipton 

Cranford, New Jersey 

Lloyd Maston Tittle. Ill 

Brownsville, Texas 



Shirley Jane Striegler 

San Antonio, Texas 




Jewel Elaine Taylo: 

Houston, Texas 



Louis Joseph Traveland, Jrj 

Corpus Christi, Texas 



Raymond Daryl Watson 

Tomball, Texas 



Juanita Jo Wentz 

Mathis, Texas 



Fifty-si 



IX 



Londa Jean West 

Beeville, Texas 



Billy Joe White 

Three Rivers, Texas 



Thomas George Wilcox 

Eagle Lake, Texas 

Elizabeth Jane Wilder 

Beaumont. Texas 




Erlyta Ann Wilson 

Kingsville, Texas 



Frank Eugene Womack, II 

Houston, Texas 




Linda Wood 

San Antonio, Texas 




Jann Wickersham 

Killeen, Texas 



Mary Thurlene Wood 

Abilene, Texas 



Shirley Jo Wright 

Breckenridge, Texas 



Hester Mary Zeagler 

Lufkin, Teaxs 




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SOPHOMORE OFFICERS 




Fifty-five 



John Edwin Albright 

Marshall, Texas 



Frances Yasako Aoki 

Aiea, Oahu, T.H. 




Khalid Ibrahim Babba 

Tulkarm, Jordan 



Sue Louise Barkley 

Beaumont, Texas 





Robert Louis Arnold 

Trinity, Texas 



Frances Kathryn Borden 

Abilene, Texas 



Patricia Brown 

Itasca, Texas 




Dorothy Kathleen Brantley 

San Antonio, Texas 




John Turman Brigman 

Uvalde, Texas 



Evalynn Bunk 

Newgulf, Texas 



L'Roy Randall Burke 

Trinity, Texas 




Susan Elizabeth Burr 

New Braunfels, Texas 



James Love Cardwell 

Junction, Texas 




Hattie Sue Carper 

Uvalde, Texas 



Creighton Barnes Collins 

Port Arthur, Texas 



Irvin Colgin 

Waco, Texas 







Patricia Ann Copeland 

San Antonio, Texas 



Betty Josephine Com 

San Antonio, Texas 



Ruth Jeanette Causey 

Eagle Lake, Texas 



Marian Faye Crossley 

Madisonville, Texas 



Janice Vivian Daniel 

Dallas, Texas 




Fifty-five 



Harry Oliver Davis 

Fredericksburg, Texas 



Betty Ann Doss 

Highlands, Texas 




Carol Embry 

Alice, Texas 



William Ray Engvall 

Georgetown, Texas 




John Charles Douglass 

Carlsbad, New Mexico 



William Royal Flanders 

Houston, Texas 



Mary Frances Fritts 

Austin, Texas 





Donald Porter Ford 

Taylor, Texas 



Mary Joan France 

Houston, Texas 




Emma Jean Furley 

Corpus Christi, Texas 



Jose Pablo Garcia 

El Paso, Texas 




Kenneth Lynn Garrett 

Uvalde, Texas 



Frances Grimes 

Georgetown, Texas 



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Helen Jane Hair 

LaPorte, Texas 



Nancy Ruth Hamilton 

Tyler, Texas 



Sul Ross Harrington 

Bay City, Texas 



Sara Elizabeth Hawkins 

Georgetown, Texas 






William Kendall Hays 

Belton, Texas 



Carolyn Elizabeth Hinsey 

Fort Stockton, Texas 



George Roland Holcombe 

South Houston, Texas 



Betty Jean Holmes 

Beaumont, Texas 




Fifty-five 



Bart Hopkins 

Galveston, Texas 



Mildred Patricia Horn 

Uvalde, Texas 




Pauline Florence Johnson 

Galveston, Texas 




Roma Faye Johnson 

Austin, Texas 




Helen Marie Johnson 

Waco, Texas 




Marilyn Keeling 

Mexia, Texas 



Elizabeth Susannah Kirkpatrick 

Hillsboro, Texas 




Barbara Ellen Keen 

Houston, Texas 



Fred Holman Kight 

Austin, Texas 




Robert Lee Knauth 

Florence, Texas 



Helena Anna Krywoszej 

Sutherland Springs, Texas 




Walter Neil Langham 

Agua Dulce, Texas 



Robert Emil Lundgren 

Elgin, Texas 



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Claude Allen McLelland 

Houston, Texas 



William Clifton Moore 

Tomball, Texas 



William Lee Merritt 

Waco, Texas 





Blanche Virginia Meek 

Dallas, Texas 






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Ann McRoberts 

San Antonio, Texas 



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Alice Drue McMullen 

Beaumont, Texas 



Rosemary Moreland 

Houston, Texas 



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Catherine Morgan 

Orange, Texas 



Jo Ann Morgan 

Dallas, Texas 





Fifty-five 



Barry Joel Norton 

Galveston, Texas 



Vernon Frank Perry II 

Corpus Christi, Texas 




John Ross Powell 

New Braunfels, Texas 




Erie Yarbrough Quinn 

Houston, Texas 




Floyd Ellsworth Peterson 

Georgetown, Texas 




Cora Maria Richert 

Beaumont, Texas 



Betty Ann Robertson 

Taylor, Texas 




James Douglass Riddle 

San Antonio, Texas 




Margaret Virginia Rigdor 

Galveston, Texas 



David Heame Robertson 

Weslaco, Texas 



ames Allen Robinson, Jr. 

/ictoria, Texas 




Steve Rodriguez 

Georgetown, Texas 



Donald Arthur Schuhmann 

Giddings, Texas 



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James William Dale Sledge 

Brownsville, Texas 



Jo Ann Simmons 

Florence, Texas 



Jerry Jay Smith 

Corpus Christi, Texas 



Martha Sue Syler 

Newton, Texas 








George William Thompson, Jr. 

Devine, Texas 



Mary Phyllis Trimble 

Houston, Texas 



Thelma Delores Travland 

Corpus Christi, Texas 



Ann Truog 

Corpus Christi, Texas 



Grady Tusey Watkins 

Georgetown, Texas 




Fifty-five 



Jamye Avanelle Whatley 

Odem, Texas 



Stuart Louis Wilding. Jr. 

Brooklyn, New York 




Barbara Jean Wolfskill 

Houston, Texas 




Virginia Lee Wood 

Uvalde, Texas 





Hill Winfrey, Jr. 

Georgetown, Texas 



Maridel Youngblood 

Beaumont, Texas 




Larry Ingrahan Korts 

Houston, Texas 



Robert E. Tulloch III 

Belton, Texas 




GUINN WILLIAMS 

President 




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JUNIOR OFFICERS 



COMER ALDEN 

Vice-President 



BERT FOX 

Secretary 



Fifty-four 




Comer Medlin Alden, Jr. 

Brownsville, Texas 




Frederick Louis Alons 

Heemstede, Netherlands 





Samuel Baker 

Groesbeck, Texas 






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Thomas Grant Bentley 

Waco, Texas 




lulia Verne Berglund 

Georgetown, Texas 





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Joan Broussard 

Beaumont, Texas 



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Byron Bert Brown 

Jewitt, Texas 




Max Gray Ashley 

San Saba, Texas 



Ruth Isabel Blasdel 

Richmond, Texas 



Russell Manderville Chaney 

Suphur Springs, Texas 




Carmen Nannette Cleavenger 

San Antonio, Texas 




Beverly Jane Dague 

Harlingen, Texas 





Lucile Arden Daniel 

Dallas, Texas 




Billy Charles Dayton 

Liberty Hill, Texas 




Esther Ann Dooley 

Gladewater, Texas 




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Frank Russell Douglass 

Goliad, Texas 




Clare Claboume Easley 

Georgetown, Texas 




David Karl Dague 

Harlingen, Texas 



Billy Ira Dipple 

Giddings, Texas 



John Roland Folse 

Beaumont, Texas 



Fifty-fou 



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Mary Carolyn Garrett 

San Antonio, Texas 




Robert Clarke Ford, Jr. 

Bartlett, Texas 





Jane Gillett 

Georgetown, Texas 



Jack Eugene Guinn 

Houston, Texas 




Martha Bert Fox 

Nederland, Texas 




Elmer Glazener 

Nolanville, Texas 




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Barbara Gwendolyn Hart 

Corpus Christi, Texas 




Larry Morrow Freeman 

Dallas, Texas 




George Robert Grimes 

San Antonio, Texas 




Carol Ann Harter 

Marlin, Texas 





Ellen Kenny 

Sinton, Texas 



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Mary Bert Hewitt 

Georgetown, Texas 




David Frederic Lehmberg 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 




Betty Jean McLendon 

Jacksonville, Texas 




Betty Alice Huston 

Trinity, Texas 





Marion Hazen Lewis 

Corpus Christi, Texas 




Charles Adam Malesky, Jr. 

San Antonio, Texas 




Gene Hal Kennedy 

Grand Saline, Texas 





Albert William McCullin. Jr. 

Cameron, Texas 




Bobby Jim Moegle 

Taylor, Texas 



Fifty-fou 



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Diana Tewfic Nasir 

Birzeit, Jordan 




Ella Frances Moon 

New Summerfield, Texas 







Samia Musa Nasir 

Birzeit, Jordan 




Paul Frederick Perry 

Stanley, New York 




Robert Finley Breese Morse 

Dickinson, Texas 





Marcia Elaine Neuberger 

Brownsville, Texas 



Mary Janice Powell 

Richland Sprinas, Texas 




William Allen Munson 

Georgetown, Texas 




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Robert Louis Peacock 

Mineral Wells, Texas 




William Henry Radetsky 

San Antonio, Texas 




Daniel Zacarias Rodriguez 

Georgetown, Texas 




Jimmy Ross 

Henderson, Texas 





Richard Earl Rost 

Thorndale, Texas 




Jacqueline Salmon 

Stockdale, Texas 




Albert Ernest Sanders 

Fort Worth, Texas 




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Jane Irene Smith 

Houston, Texas 




Charles Ray Tanner 

Port Arthur, Texas 




Erwin Ross Rost 

Giddings, Texas 



Mary Louisa Sisserson 

Cleburne, Texas 



Audrey Joy Thompson 

Uvalde, Texas 



Fifty-four 




Harry Howard Tyrrasch 

Corpus Christi, Texas 




Charlie Frank Tyson 

Maysfield, Texas 





Vernon Maynard Westlake 

Temple, Texas 




Virginia Ann Wilkinson 

Katy, Texas 




Vernon Guinn Williams, Jr. 

Belton, Texas 





Mary Judith Wood 

Uvalde, Texas 




Belva Jean Young 

Beaumont, Texas 




Bobbie Bea Walker 

Rotan, Texas 



Melba Louise Willis 

El Paso, Texas 



Marjorie Claire Zimmerman 

San Antonio, Texas 




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SENIOR OFFICERS 



BILL SLAUGHTER 

Vice-President 



SHIRLEY B DAVIS 

President 





INA RUTH GARRISON 

Secretary 



MR. JIMMY DALTON BAINES 

Pampct, Texas 

B. A. 

Major: Psychology 




MR. SINFOROSO BARRERA 

Georgetown, Texas 

B. A. 

Major: History 



MISS MARJORIE MAURINE BAIR 

Edinburg, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Home Economics 



MR. JAMES ALBERT BERTHOLD 

Dallas, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Mathematics 



MISS RITA MARIE BIRD 

Schwerther, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Chemistry 



MR. CHARLES DOUGLAS 
BURTON 

Mercedes, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Secondary Education 



MR. KENYON FORD CLAPP 

Uvalde, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Secondary Education 





MISS ELIZABETH CAROLYN 
BLALOCK 

Mission, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Home Economics 



MR. DAVID RANKIN 
CARDWELL 

Junction, Texas 

B. A. 

Major: Spanish 



MISS DIANE COATES 

Kerens, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Elementary Education 



MR. JAMES ROBERT COOKE. JR. 

Granger, Texas 




MISS JEAN HELEN CUMMINS 

Bellaire, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Elementary Education 



MR. JIMMIE SEGUEDA CORONADO 

Georgetown, Texas 

B. A. 

Major: Sociology 



MISS SHIRLEY B. DAVIS 

Ganado, Texas 

B. A. 

Major: Elementary Education 



MR. MYRON HENRY DEES 

Llano, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Physical Education 



MISS MARY FAVRE EDDINS 

Georgetown, Texas 

B. A. 

Major: Mathematics 



MR. LOY SIDNEY ESTES 

Mountain Home, Texas 

B. A. 

Major: Sociology 





MR. CALVIN HENDRIX 
DICKINSON 

Georgetown, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Secondary Education 



MRS. BETTY CAROLE 
WILLS EDWARDS 

Liberty Hill, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Education 



MISS SALLIE LEA 
FALKENBURY 

Bellaire, Texas 

B. A. 

Major: Sociology 



MISS JANE GALE 

Fort Sam Houston, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Physical Education 



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MR. WALTER PARIS GIBBS, JR. 

Baytown, Texas 

B. A. 

Major: Business Administration 




Fifty-three 



MISS MARY ELIZABETH 
HALLAUER 

Breckenridge, Texas 

B. A. 

Major: Religious Education 



MISS INA RUTH GARRISON 

Blooming Grove, Texas 

B. A. 

Major: Speech and Drama 



MISS JONETTE HALL 

Bryan, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Home Economics 



MISS MARJORIE LYNN HILL 

Bartlett, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Home Economics 



MISS DOROTHY ELAINE KEITH 

Georgetown, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Elementary Education 





MRS. MARY LE WAN 
KING HARRIS 

Longview, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Home Economics 



MR. STANLEY KELLER 
HORWOOD 

Shiner, Texas 

B. A. 

Major: History 



MR. WILLIAM EVERETT KIRK 

Bertram, Texas 

B. B. A. 

Major: Business Administration 




MR. JOHN VINCENT LA BARBERA 

Stoneham, Mass. 

B. A. 

Major: Journalism 



MISS KENNETH ELAINE LeBLOND 

Waxahachie, Texas 

B. A. 

Major: Sociology 



MISS PATTI WILLIAMS LaFORGE 

Uvalde, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Elementary Education 



MR. LA RAY LEDGER 

Florence, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Secondary Education 



MISS CAROLYN LONGLEY 

Giddings, Texas 
Mus. B 
Major: Voice 



MR. LESLIE GAIL LOVELL 

Corpus Christi, Texas 

B. A. 

Major: Sociology 



MISS VALDA RUTH MAECKEL 

Corpus Christi, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Elementary Education 





MISS CATHERINE JOYCE 
LOVELL 

Corpus Christi, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Elementary Education 



MISS SAMMY KAYE 
McLELLAND 

Houston, Texas 

B. A. 

Major: English 



MISS NORMA JO MAYFTELD 

Elgin, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Physical Education 



MR. SAMUEL BRADLEY MILLER 

Albuquerque, New Mexico 

B. S. 

Major: Chemistry 



MISS NELL JEANNE MORIN 

Houston, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Home Economics 




MR. JOHN JORDAN MOOD 

Muskogee, Okla. 

B. A. 

Major: History 



MISS LOIS ERNESTINE 
MUCKELROY 

Hempstead, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Home Economics 



Fifty-three 



MRS. OTTIS MARIE 
HIGGINBOTHAM MURDOCK 

Georgetown, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Elementary Education 



MRS. BARBARA SUE 
GILMORE OAKLEY 

Lampasas, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Elementary Education 



MISS MARTHA ANN RADENZ 

Houston, Texas 

B. M. E. 

Major: Music Education 





MR. WILBURN EARL NELSON 

Belton, Texas 

B. B. A. 

Major: Business Administration 



MISS JOAN DEE QUINN 

Navasota, Texas 
B. F. A. 
Major: Painting 



MR. WILLIAM OLIN RAMSEY 

St. Paul, Minnesota 

B. B. A. 

Major: Business Administration 




MR. JOHN VINCENT LA BARBERA 

Stoneham, Mass. 

B. A. 

Major: Journalism 



MISS KENNETH ELAINE LeBLOND 

Waxahachie, Texas 

B. A. 

Major: Sociology 



MISS PATTI WILLIAMS LaFORGE 

Uvalde, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Elementary Education 



MR. LA RAY LEDGER 

Florence, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Secondary Education 



MISS CAROLYN LONGLEY 

Giddings, Texas 
Mus. B 
Major: Voice 



MR. LESLIE GAIL LOVELL 

Corpus Christi, Texas 

B. A. 

Major: Sociology 



MISS VALDA RUTH MAECKEL 

Corpus Christi, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Elementary Education 





MISS CATHERINE JOYCE 
LOVELL 

Corpus Christi, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Elementary Education 



MISS SAMMY KAYE 
McLELLAND 

Houston, Texas 

B. A. 

Major: English 



MISS NORMA JO MAYFIELD 

Elgin, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Physical Education 



MR. SAMUEL BRADLEY MILLER 

Albuquerque, New Mexico 

B. S. 

Major: Chemistry 



MISS NELL JEANNE MORIN 

Houston, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Home Economics 




MR. JOHN JORDAN MOOD 

Muskogee, Okla. 

B. A. 

Major: History 



MISS LOIS ERNESTINE 
MUCKELROY 

Hempstead, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Home Economics 




Fifty-three 



MRS. OTTIS MARIE 
HIGGINBOTHAM MURDOCK 

Georgetown, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Elementary Education 



MRS. BARBARA SUE 
GILMORE OAKLEY 

Lampasas, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Elementary Education 



MISS MARTHA ANN RADENZ 

Houston, Texas 

B. M. E. 

Major: Music Education 




MR. WILBURN EARL NELSON 

Belton, Texas 

B. B. A. 

Major: Business Administration 



MISS JOAN DEE QUINN 

Navasota, Texas 
B. F. A. 
Major: Painting 



MR. WILLIAM OLIN RAMSEY 

St. Paul, Minnesota 

B. B. A. 

Major: Business Administration 



MR. MALCOLM PAT RAWLINGS 

Sulphur Springs, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Secondary Education 



MRS. ETHEL CLARICE 
CHILTON RENTFRO 

Marlin, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Home Economics 




MISS MARGUERITE 
LUCILLE REED 

Holland, Texas 

B. A. 

Major: Engish 



MR. JOHN MOORE RENTFRO 

Wharton, Texas 

B. A. 

Major: Sociology 



MISS BETTY JEAN 
ROBERTSON 

Weslaco, Texas 

B. A. 

Major: Religious Education 



MR. JACK REECE SEALS 

Big Lake, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Secondary Education 



MR. JOE BERT SISSOM 

Corsicana, Texas 

B. A. 

Major: Speech 





MISS JO ANN CLAIRE 
SANDERS 

Orange, Texas 
Mus. B. 
Major: Piano 



MISS JANE ALICE SHAFFER 

San Juan, Texas 

B. A. 

Major: Spanish 



MR. EDWARD THOMAS 
SLAUGHTER, JR. 

Dallas, Texas 

B. B. A. 

Major: Business Administration 



MR. WILLIAM JAMES SLAUGHTER 

Dallas, Texas 

B. B. A. 

Major: Business Administration 



MISS WILLA DEAN STINNETT 

Pharr, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Physical Education 




MR. ROBERT WATSON SLEDGE 

Brownsville, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Mathematics 



MR. THOMAS FRANKLIN 
STOVALL 

Georgetown, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Secondary Education 



Fifty-th 



ree 



MISS MARY ELIZABETH 
STRACKBEIN 

Corpus Christi, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Elementary Education 



MR. WILLIAM RICHARD 
THOMAS 

Ennis, Texas 

B. M. E. 

Major: Music Education 



MR. RUSSEL VAN NORMAN 

Houston, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Chemistry 




MISS KIYOKO TANABE 

Tokyo, Japan 

B. A. 

Major: History 



MR. POWELL PERCY 
TIDWELL, JR. 

Granger, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Physical Education 



MR. BOYCE ARNOLD 
VARDIMAN 

Killeen, Texas 



MR. JOHN RAYMOND 
WIGGINS 

Georgetown, Texas 

B. A. 

Major: Journalism 



MR. JACK NEAL WALKER 

Georgetown, Texas 

B. B. A. 

Major: Business Administration 



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MISS MILDRED MARIE WEISS 

San Antonio, Texas 

B. A. 

Major: Religious Education 



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MR. JOE BRYAN WATTERSON 

Elgin, Texas 



MR. RICHARD SLOCUM WERNER 

Winslow, Arizona 

B. A. 

Major: History and Government 



MR. JAY LEON WOLF 

Georgetown, Texas 

B. B. A. 

Major: Business Administration 





MISS MURIEL BLISS 
WITTBOLD 

Houston, Texas 

B. S. 

Major: Elementary Education 



MISS ELINOR FRANCES 
WYATT 

Texas City, Texas 

B. A. 

Major: Journalism 



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SADIQ GHULAM MASSEY 

Clarkabad, West Pakistan 

M. ED. 

Major: Education 




ITHIEL VIRJIBHAI MASTER 

Nadiad, India 
M. A. 
Major: Bible 



ALFRED GEORGE SEITZ 

Georgetown, Texas 

M. ED. 

Major: Education 



MUHAMMAD RAFIQ ASAF 

Multan, Pakistan 

M. A. 

Major: English 



ABDUL JUBBAR ALMUTTALIBI 

Musharra Amara, Iraq 



MORRIS THAD CAGE, JR. 

Corpus Christi, Texas 

M. A. 

Major: History and Government 




Fifty-th 



ree 




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Graduation Day 
May 25, 1953 




ADMINISTRATION 





DR. WILLIAM CARRINGTON FINCH 

A.B., S.T.B., Th.M., Ph.D. 
President of Southwestern University 



DR. I. J. McCOOK 

Business Manager 



CARL O. BERGQUIST 

Executive Secretary of the 
Ex-Students' Association 





MARY ELIZABETH FOX 

Director of Publicity 




DR. OSCAR ALVIN ULLRICH 

Dean of the College Of Arts and Sciences 















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DR. HENRY EDWIN MEYER 

Dean of the School of Fine Arts 




DR. JOHN VERNON BERGLUND 

Dean of Men 



RUTH MORGAN FERGUSON 

Dean of Women 



PEARL A. NEAS 

Registrar 




PAUL GRADY ANDERSON 

Director of Admissions 



MARY ELIZABETH 
HAIRSTON 

A.B., MA. 
Associate Professor of 
English. 




ROLAND ANGUS SPRINGER 

A.B., A.M. 
Associate Professor and 
Head of the Department of 
Speech and Drama. 




CLAUD HOWARD 

A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 
Professor and Head of the 
Department of English and 
Journalism; Chairman of the 
Divisions of Humanities. 




MALI GOLDMANN LENZ 

Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Foreign 
Languages. 



FREDRICK WALTER LENZ 

Ph.D. 
Associate Professor and Act- 
ing Head of the Department 
of Foreign Languages. 



CLARA STEARNS 
SCARBROUGH 

A.B. 
Instructor of Journalism 



JAY HAMILTON McCOY 

A.B., A.M. 
Assistant Professor of 
Foreign Languages. 






ABRAHAM PENNER 
FRIESEN 

A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 
Professor and Head of the 
Department of Physics. 



JOHN CAMPBELL GODBEY 

A.B., A.M., Sc.D. 
Professor and Head of the 
Department of Chemistry; 
Chairman of the Division of 
Natural and Applied Scien- 
ces. 



PAUL RADER 

B.S. 
Acting Associate Professor 
of Mathematics. 




RALPH MARTIN WHITMORE 

A.B., A.M. 
Acting Associate Professor 
and Acting Head of the De- 
partment of Mathematics and 
General Engineering. 



MARY ELIZABETH WILCOX 

A.B., A.M. 
Assistant Professor of Ma- 
thematics and Chemistry. 



RANDOLPH M. MEDLEY 

A.B., A.M. 
Director of Athletics; Asso- 
ciate Professor and Head of 
the Department of Physical 
Education and Physical 
Training. 



CHRISTOPHER LaFAYETTE 
YORK 

A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 
Associate Professor and Ac + - 
inq Head of the Departments 
of Bioloqy and Geoloqy and 
Mineralogy. 



IOLA BOWDEN 

B.F.A., A.B., M. Mus. 
Assistant Professor of Piano 
and Music Theory. 



THOMAS CLAIRE 
DOUGLASS 

B. Mus., M. Mus. 
Acting Associate Professor 
and Acting Head of the De- 
partment of String Instru- 
ments. 



RALPH WOOD JONES 

B.M., M.M.,Ed. 
Director of the Band and Or- 
chestra; Associate Professor 
and Head of the Department 
of Woodwind, Brass and Per- 
cussion Instruments. 



WENDALL LINCOLN 
OSBORN 

B.M., M.Mus. 
Acting Associate Professor 
and Acting Head of the De- 
partment of Voice. 



JOHN DAVID RICHARDS 

B.F.A., M.M.Ed. 
Professor and Head of the 
department of Music Educa- 
tion; Director of Southwes- 
tern University Choruses. 




JAMES FLOYD V ALONE. JR. 

A.B., M.F.A. 
Acting Associate Professor 
and Acting Head of the De- 
partment of Art. 



BERNICE NELSON MANN 

B.S. 
Instructor in Physical Educa- 
tion. 





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WILLIAM MOLLIS BURTON 

B.S., A.M., Ph.D. 
Associate Professor and Act- 
ing Head of the Department 
of Education. 



IRENE WHITESIDE DEUPREE 

B.S., A.M. 
Associate Professor and 
■ Acting Head of the Depart- 
ment of Home Economics. 



R. M. HAWKINS 

B.A., M.A., D.Ed. 
Visiting Professor of 
tion. 



Educa- 



JUDSON SAMUEL CUSTER 

B.M., M.M., D.Ed. 
Assistant Professor of 
Education 



ELIZABETH RILEY 
LUNDBLAD 

B.S., A.M. 
Assistant Professor of 

Bl]KiriP>S5 AHminictrrttin-n 

and Economics. 



LUDWIG HERMAN 
MERZBACH 

D. Ec. 
Assistant Professor of Busi- 
ness Administration and 
Economics. 



MYRON LAWSON 
WILLIAMS 

A.B., A.M. 
Professor and Head of the 
Department of Business Ad- 
ministration and Economics. 





FREDERICK ERNEST GAUPP 

Ph.D. 
Actina Associate Professor 
of History and Government. 



JAMES CLARK HARES 

A.B., B.D. 
Actinq Associate Professor 
and Actina Head of the De- 
partment of Religious Educa- 
tion. 





FRANK EDWARD 

A.B., Ph.D. 
Associate Professor and 
Head of the Department o 
Sociology. 



GEORGE C. HESTER 

A.B., A.M., LL.D. 
Professor and Head of the 
Department of History and 
Government; Chairman of 
the Division of Social Scien- 
ces. 



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EDMUND HOWARD 
STEELMAN 

Th.B., B.S., S.T.B., 

S.T.M., S.T.D. 
Associate Professor and Act- 
ina Hend of the Rishoo Seth 
Ward Chair of Bible, Univer- 
sity Chaplain. 



HARVEY DAVID WATTS 

A.B., B.D., A.M. 
Associate Professor of Reli- 
gion. 



LUTHER JACOB 
WAGGONER 

A.B., B.D., A.M. 
Associate Professor of His- 
tory and Church History. 




ILSE PARTOS GAUPP 

B.B.A. 
Assistant Librarian and 
Director of the Bindery. 




AMANDA HOOPER 

Assistant Matron 
Mood Hall. 



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JULIA D. McINTYRE 

Head Matron, 

Laura Kuykendall Hall. 



ALLA RAE REED 

Dietician and Supervisor 
of the University Commons. 



LYDIA RIEKE 

R.N. 
University Nurse. 



MARGARET TERRY 
WILLIAMS 

Assistant Matron, 
Laura Kuykendall Hall. 




DEAN FERGUSON 
DEAN BERGLUND 



MR. McCOOK 

MR. BERGQUIST 









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